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A study that examined coffee drinking habits of more than 447,000 American adults found that the brew is linked with a lower risk of deadly melanoma. The research, published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, found that people who drank at least 4 cups of coffee daily had up to a 20 percent lower risk for malignant melanoma. Earlier studies have found that coffee drinkers also experience less non-deadly skin cancers.